Millennium’s Appeal Reaps Unexpected Benefits

December 2017, Vol. 244, No. 12

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor

Millennium Pipeline wasn’t trying to change the world, just a 7.8-mile stretch of it. But the company’s determination to gain approval for its Valley Lateral Project led to important legal and regulatory precedents affecting the natural gas pipeline industry. “We found ourselves in a position of setting precedent but never really wanted to be the ones doing that,” said Millennium’s vice president and general counsel, Georgia Carter.  “It’s a pretty simple project. We were just trying to lay a lateral from our main line to a new combined-cycle power plant that is under construction and…

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